New Zealand 15 Lions 15: The key moments

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The British and Irish Lions' series in New Zealand was dramatically drawn after the two teams could not be separated in a 15-15 tie at Eden Park on Saturday.

We take a look at the key moments in an enthralling third Test.

 

5 minutes: Amid a dominant start for the All Blacks, Julian Savea knocks on when a try seemed certain. It is a second early error for the hosts, with Beauden Barrett having already missed a relatively simple penalty.

13: After the Lions' only sustained period of pressure is brought to an end by an interception, the hugely impressive Jonathan Davies sprints back to deny Ngani Laumape a breakaway try.

15: Laumape is able to cross for the game's first score following superb play from the Barrett brothers. Beauden's kick to the right wing is patted back in the air by younger brother Jordie, leaving Laumape with a simple finish.

23: New Zealand blow another golden try-scoring opportunity as Beauden Barrett knocks on from Aaron Smith's short pass. Either side of that missed chance, Owen Farrell kicks two penalties to get the Lions within one.

36: Having been on top for almost all of the first half, the All Blacks extend their lead to six points before the interval courtesy of a superb Jordie Barrett try. The hosts get quick ball from the lineout and Laumape produces a stunning offload to Anton Lienert-Brown, who finds his full-back steaming up in support. Beauden Barrett misses the conversion.

42: The Lions reduce the arrears almost immediately in the second half as Elliot Daly splits the posts from inside his own half with a mighty swing of his left boot.

44: Savea crosses in the left corner, but the final pass from Jordie Barrett is called forward and another chance goes begging for New Zealand.

50: The All Blacks are reduced to 14, Jerome Kaino shown a yellow card for striking Alun Wyn Jones in the face with his forearm when making a tackle.

60: Brodie Retallick is penalised for a high shot and Farrell kicks the resulting penalty to level the score as the Lions' 10-minute spell with a numerical advantage comes to an end.

68: With skipper Sam Warburton off the field for a head injury assessment, the Lions are penalised for collapsing a scrum inside their own 22, enabling Beauden Barrett to restore New Zealand's lead from in front of the posts.

78: The Lions dramatically pull level with two minutes remaining, Farrell landing his fourth penalty from as many attempts.

79: From the restart, Liam Williams drops the ball under pressure from Kieran Read and Ken Owens collects the ball in an offside position. Referee Romain Poite initially awards a penalty, but then changes his mind following a TMO review, instead deeming the incident accidental offside and awarding a scrum. The Lions survive a late onslaught and hold out for a draw.